The Real Men’s Guide to: Giving a good massage

The Real Men’s Guide to: Giving a good massage

June 30, 2018

The art of massage is one that most men will be familiar with by now. After all, we all have stressful lives living in this city. We all wish that we could escape it all sometimes and actually feel relaxed. That’s the dream, and you can easily see why men spend so much time and […]

The Real Men’s Guide to Aromatics

June 27, 2018

Romance is in the air. The two of you met a few weeks ago, you’ve been seeing each other at bars and restaurants ever since. It’s gone from shy batting of lashes and holding hats to full out make out sessions in the dark corners behind these venues, longing touching of lips and hands that […]

French Ladies

June 23, 2018

When The Newly Bom Woman, by Helene Cixous and Catherine Clement, was published in the United States in 1986, many readers believed they were witness to a startling new kind of feminism being pioneered at that moment by women in France. It was a feminism that was psychologically astute, grounded in a sophisticated knowledge of […]

Going solo

June 15, 2018

    Exams are over, essays are in and for a couple of months you haven’t got a care in the world. After a term of hard slog, you’re finally emerging from that dark tunnel into the full light of the summer sun and it’s glorio… Hang on a minute. A bunch of your friends […]

The Ultimate Man’s Game

June 5, 2018

Let’s be honest, the arrival of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag hasn’t exactly been stealthy. From promotional footballs to huge advertising hoardings, Ubisoft has been pulling out all the stops to make sure their latest title takes the market by storm. It’s rather fitting really; after all this is the game that has decided to […]

Boys will be boys

May 27, 2018

East London has always been something of a male dominated area, one where men could be men and see real escorts. The sort of place where testosterone was encouraged.   There were external factors in East London society which were beyond the control of women, but which defined the parameters within which they functioned. Essentially […]

Avante Garde ahead?

May 23, 2018

Stewart Home is in many ways correct. “To be avant-garde” he postures, “is to be ahead of the pack”, to be outside of the norms of society in order to highlight the contradictions failings of the system that are invisible to those inside it. Where he falters is in his assertion that this counter culture […]

Parisian charm

May 8, 2018

The history of the French feminist movement is the history of French women’s claims to the individualism and citizenship already granted to their male counterparts, at least on principle, in 1789 and more realistically in 1848 with universal male suffrage. In trying to achieve the recognition or equality that many women believed matched their participation […]

Liberte, Egalite, Fratenite

May 6, 2018

Raymonde Machard declared that Liberte, Egalite, Fratemite must be lived out in the broadest sense. But she did not represent the majority opinion. Most writers argued not for a universal notion of citizenship shared between the sexes, but for a particular role that women alone would fulfill. They wanted to enlarge women’s “natural” housekeeping abilities […]

Beautiful aesthetics

May 3, 2018

The perception of beauty requires an extraordinary level of engagement with the world. As beauty is inherent in the world, we discover beauty when we are most in tune with the world, when we are in resonance with it. To resonate with beauty, not simply to recognize beauty from past experience, involves entering an altered […]

Allies in Arms

May 2, 2018

The belief that women philosophers and writers are the sole representatives of French feminism has obscured feminism’s heterogeneous theoretical composition, not to mention the passionate debates of the past twenty-five years. It has also served to decontextuabze and depoHticize a complex and highly political movement and its internal conflicts. The loss of political background is […]

Huxsterly?

April 11, 2018

Aldous Huxley (1990) asked whether we are not compelled by the very nature of our being to conform to the natural forms and rhythms within and about us? In our appreciation and creation of beauty, we resonate with and borrow from the forms of nature. The natural world is the template with which we resonate. […]

Tinder

For anyone who’s seen the first film as well as the trailer, working out most of what happens in Catching Fire isn’t particularly hard. The plot is remarkably similar to that of the first film because essentially, it’s just a slightly different take on the same premise. Usually, this would be setting alarm bells ringing […]

Getting Casual Work

March 29, 2018

As the London casual labour market shows, it is an important part of the intricate system of incentives and controls which keep the overall economic system going. Howard Wachtel cites four   reasons for this: “First, extreme wage and income inequality is necessary to induce workers to perform alienating work for external rather than internal rewards….Second, […]

Centralised appeal

March 26, 2018

The incessant fluctuations and low wages in the casual labour market have made thrift and punctuality impossible–irrespective of character. But the scheme was important in two ways. It was a means of directly controlling and socializing workers who had not yet inculcated capitalist values and behavioural norms and who were never employed long enough by […]

Beast from the East

March 1, 2018

East London has long been one of the capital’s most interesting regions. In the East London situation some fundamental attitudes and responses of women to their society were determined by the prevailing environmental conditions. The fragile resource base of East London and the immediate hinterland affected the women adversely, particularly in the early years, when […]

Identity Politics

February 21, 2018

Certain strands within the women’s movement, on both sides of the Atlantic, have blazed the trail of identity politics. Cultural feminism (bom of identity politics) has emphasized the essential link between the way women think and act and the fact of their sex—which, in turn, separates them from men. Its theorists speak of forging a […]

Huxley on beauty

What follows are a number of different perspectives on beauty and on art used to express beauty. They serve to illustrate and expand on the definitions of beauty provided in Chapter n. Their selection, of course, is a matter of personal choice. Huxley’s Hierarchy of Perfections In examining art and the beauty within it Aldous […]

A Great Scottish Tradition

February 13, 2018

A Great Scottish Tradition   Fair fa’ your honest, sonsie face, Great chieftain o’ the pudding-race!   These carefully chosen words, that ring out in happy halls across the British isles every year, were dedicated to the mighty Haggis in Robert Burns’ playful Ode to a Haggis. A few years after his sad demise, a […]

Girls, girls, girls

February 2, 2018

There is a relationship between beauty, magic and creativity for which a few words are in order. There is something magical about beauty and the creative process which produces that beauty. Unfortunately, magic is probably even less understood than beauty. In its common connotation, magic implies getting something for nothing, a manipulation of physical reality […]

Beauty and the beasts

February 1, 2018

Entering the academic realm of beauty, one is often plunged into heavy philosophical discourse or led on a merry chase around the topic, never arriving at a clear definition. It is the objective of this paper to clearly define beauty so that we may become more comfortable in its presence and understand its role as […]

Tea

January 23, 2018

Tea is perhaps one of Britain’s most fascinating cultural staples. Throughout the ages, it has marked our remarkable sense of decorum, our imperial ambitions and the rigidity of our class system. It’s started revolutions, provided comfort and generally born witness to the highs and lows of this rather unique little island of ours.   Everyone […]

The real man’s guide to: clubs

January 16, 2018

The club: man’s greatest enemy. You might think it’s your friend, think that the pounding house music and scantily clad girls are all going to lead to a good night, but in reality, it’s a trap. The promises it offers are all too often illusions, mirages set up to entice you in then leave you […]

PC World

January 11, 2018

Did you know that if you right click a tab in Chrome, you can pin it: moving it to the top left hand corner of your browser and reducing it to a fraction of the usual size? It’s the ideal solution when music streaming services like Spotify, email inboxes and live-feeds are cluttering up your […]

Being bold

October 26, 2017

  The people of London have always been renowned for their ability to adapt and accept in the face of change. Our language, our culture and much of our philosophy is heavily influenced by other nations, albeit with our own spin put on things. The culinary scene has always been a prime example of this […]

A Gentleman’s Guide to: Meat

October 3, 2017

A few years ago, very few people had heard of the Ginger Pig but now having them appear on your table, menu or supplier list is a sign of true excellence. Straddling the line between chef’s favourite and household name, this truly exceptional butcher is starting to come into the mainstream. With 6 stores now […]

The Modern Man’s Guide to: Dieting

September 28, 2017

With summer just around the corner, many of us are looking to get our beach bodies back. And by that, we mean look fairly decent at the beach. The chances of us getting that chiseled 6 pack are, let’s face it, tiny. If you looked like the Greek heroes that grace the cover of sports […]

The Modern Man’s Guide to Coffee

September 27, 2017

Coffee. That dark, bitter, potent brew that gets you through the toughest of mornings. If you’ve had the good stuff though, you’ll know it’s so much more than that. It’s something to be savoured, something to love. A good cup of coffee will make even the darkest of times seem bearable, and give you the […]

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